I had to take the Millon test a second time because the psychologist I saw said that I had too many false answers. I took it again and assumed I was starting at number 1 but was actually started at number 11.
I had to go back and erase an answer and change it to true. Do erasures on the test affect the final result of the test. For example I switched my answer from false to true for a statement stating that it is good to follow rules.
Will the person or machine scoring the test interpret the erasure as me thinking too hard and make it a false answer. If this happens then it would appear that I don't follow rules when that is untrue. Should I mention this to the psychologist will my erasure affect the final results?
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